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Viridi

By Ice Water Games

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Description

Nurture a small pot of succulents that grow in real time.

Viridi is a safe haven, a place you can return to for a moment of peace and quiet whenever, and wherever you need it.

While not fully realistic (they're very forgiving), your succulents will require some maintenance and can die from over- or under-watering. Name your favorite plants, give them special care and attention, and they might even flower for you.

Viridi is free to try and comes with your choice of plant assortment. If you think it has a place in your life, you can buy your favorite plants from the in-game nursery for just a few cents a piece. Remember to visit the nursery occasionally for your weekly free seeding!

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"Designed to be the ideal happy place game ... Viridi is a primer, a simulation, and a love letter to this branch of botany, all rolled into one"
- Fast Company

"Yes, you do need an ultra-zen video game about growing succulents ... tending to these digital plants offers a seriously calming experience"
- The Huffington Post

"The most chilled out and peaceful game I've ever seen"
- Upworthy

"In addition to learning about real-life varieties of succulents, what you are learning when you play games of this type is how to create a quiet, mindful moment in your day using unusual tools"
- National Geographic

What's New in Version 1.4.7

Halloween is over. Goodbye bat friend!
Fixed some bugs with renaming plants.

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Customer Reviews

I'm in love

I love love love loVE this app, it'a so easy to get attached to all your little plant buddies. I've had this app for months and months and I've only had one issue.
When plants start to flower after they've grown completely, I always have a glitch where when I open the app again, the flowers are gone. Not the plants themselves, just the little extra parts that had bloomed. It makes me upset because they're so pretty and I check many times a day just to make sure that they don't go unwatered, and even when very well taken care of, I'll often open it up to see the bits that grew up falling over and disappearing.
I also wish I could have a second pot without buying it (I believe you'd have to buy one, right? I hope I'm right whoops) Though I understand that this is necessary to make profit without having ads pop up all the time.
I'm so glad you didn't do that, that would've ruined the calming effect of the game entirely.
Thank you for this game!!! I love my plants just as so many other people do :-)

Relaxing! Some suggestions...

I love it. I've been growing real succulents for over a year now and this captures it perfectly. Some may complain about the seedlings needing to be bought but honestly I find it reasonable. This is a free app and instead of spamming us with ads in what's supposed to be a peaceful game, you make the seedlings require real money. That's pretty cool of you. Also I've seen some people say the colors were dull when actually that's the point. Dull, light colors are more relaxing than neon.
I have a little suggestion for the future. For some real succulents, you can propagate them by leaf. You could have a "break" option on some of them which then gives it a new status that's "startled" that hinders it's growth and you have to sing to the plant to calm it down. Then the leaf can be in the "your seedlings" section.
But that's for the future. For now, try and fix the bugs that you have. I haven't played this for too long, but I'm really enjoying this. Keep up the good work! I'm feeling relaxed every day by this.

Oasis

This is a gorgeously relaxing app, the succulents are beautifully colored and modeled and the whole atmosphere is incredibly calming. It's always exciting when you first click on the app and watch the time lapse catch up to the current time, plants grow and weeds sprout. The music is throughly lovely and the ability to sing to the sproutlings and snails is incredibly adorable. I love the fact that the little plants can be named! I've named mine after virtues and am considering buying another pot as this one is almost full. The new versions have brought excellent new content and bug fixes, adored the bat that came for Halloween. The new weather changes add to the overall feel of the game. Just last night I clicked the app and was greeted by a little swarm of brightly glowing fireflies! This is one of the most beautiful things I've seen all week and I watched the little lights float around for a long time. This game is certainly a little oasis in the long busy days and I'm looking forward to coming new versions!

Viridi
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.4.7
  • Size: 119 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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